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Mar 25, 2011 7:00pm EDT
on the big board-- 1.8 billion shares traded on the nasdaq. fresh numbers out of japan tonight on how its massive earthquake will impact auto production. the nikkei newspaper reports the nation's manufacturers will cut annual auto production by 5% or about 400,000 units. with the japanese still trying to get their nuclear crisis under control, the united nations says its time to re- assess nuclear safety. specifically, the u.n. secretary general wants to make sure there's an international emergency response plan in place. >> susie: still ahead, investors are taking a fresh look at silicon valley's young entreprenuers. we look at what's driving the resurgence of venture capital funding. >> tom: polls show investors like the job the federal reserve is doing, but the central bank's approval rating is lower than that of the irs. that assumes you know who ben bernanke is. a separate survey finds seven out of ten americans don't know he's the fed chairman. so now that the federal reserve is going to hold regular press conferences, what will the world's most powerful central bank have to say to
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